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Cytological and cytomorphometric evaluation of the oral mucosa in HIV-infected patients undergoing antiretroviral therapy
Background: To evaluate HIV infection-induced alterations in the oral mucosa by comparing inflammation, cell maturation, and cytomorphometric changes in oral mucosal cells between HIV-infected patients undergoing highly ...
Striated muscle involvement in experimental oral infection by herpes simplex virus type 1
(Wiley Blackwell Publishing, Inc, 2013-07)
Herpes simplex virus type 1 is one of the most frequent causes of oral infection in humans, especially during early childhood. Several experimental models have been developed to study the pathogenesis of this virus but all ...
Viruses of the oral cavity: Prevalence, pathobiology and association with oral diseases
The human oral cavity contains a plethora of habitats and tissue environments, such as teeth, tongue, and gingiva, which are home to a rich microbial flora including bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Given the exposed nature ...
Trypanosoma cruzi infection by oral route How the interplay between parasite and host components modulates infectivity
(Elsevier B.V., 2008-06-01)
Trypanosoma cruzi infection by oral route constitutes the most important mode of transmission in some geographical regions, as illustrated by reports on microepidemics and outbreaks of acute Chagas' disease acquired by ...
Molecular mechanisms of Trypanosoma cruzi infection by oral route
(Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Ministério da Saúde, 2009-07-01)
Frequent reports on outbreaks of acute Chagas' disease by ingestion of food contaminated with parasites from triatomine insects illustrate the importance of this mode of transmission. Studies on oral Trypanosoma cruzi ...
Treating oral histoplasmosis in an immunocompetent patient
(Amer Dental AssocChicagoEUA, 2009)